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Film & TV episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to actors, directors, writers, cinematographers & variety of behind the scenes creatives about their work and how they forged their creative careers. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds o ...
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Join us as we go behind the scenes and onset with Director of Photography Austin Roghelia and Producer Trevor Barone from Ideal Impact Media and Spark11 Productions. "How We Shot It" dives into commercial and wedding video production. Topics will include pre-production, lighting, audio, directing, gear, and everything in between. Watch At: https://www.youtube.com/c/Check2Studios Engage At: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Check2Studios Support At: https://www.patreon.com/check2studios
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Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
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The second season of the Amazon Prime horror anthology series THEM takes place in 1989 and 1991 Los Angeles. LAPD detective Dawn Reeve is investigating a horrifying murder. As she gets closer to the truth, a dark and menacing force threatens her and her family. THEM: The Scare explores themes of fear, dark family secrets and the supernatural.Cinema…
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I thought I was going to be concise and that this series was going to be short and to the point but as always I managed to ramble to myself for almost an hour on what I think is the value that cinematographers can bring to a project. Once you understand where you can add value it eliminates all of the noise that gets in the way of what really moves…
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“As a filmmaker, I've always made films about extraordinary women whose lives are faced with extenuating circumstances who've had adversity thrown at them and who've risen to the occasion. And when I began to look at Diane's story, for me, Diane is a fashion designer, but she's so much more. Her central ethos is woman before fashion, and we felt it…
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The post-apocalyptic TV show Fallout is based on the 1997 videogame, which was a huge commercial and critical success. Centuries after a nuclear war, Lucy (Ella Purnell) must venture out of her sheltered underground Vault dwelling into the dangerous Wasteland of Los Angeles to find her kidnapped father (Kyle MacLachlan.) She encounters strange char…
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This week on the show we are revisiting an interview from a few years back with cinematographer Scott Cunningham. Each and every week we pump out another podcast and for new listeners to the show it is easy to miss great episodes from the past. Scott is a fantastic cinematographer and shares his unique path in to the business in this conversation. …
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In case you missed it, we're reposting our 2023 Sundance interview with Fancy Dance director/writer Erica Tremblay and cinematographer Carolina Costa, AMC. Fancy Dance is now available in select theaters and streaming on AppleTV+.Fancy Dance follows Jax (Lily Gladstone), a Native American woman on Oklahoma's Seneca-Cayuga reservation. When her sist…
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How can we free ourselves from fear and social barriers to live more fulfilling and meaningful lives? What does it take to overcome trauma and turn it into triumph, and failure into reinvention? How can we shine a light on the marginalized and misunderstood to create social change that transforms the lives of women? Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is an Osca…
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On the show today we sit down with Australian cinematographer Simon Ozolins ACS. Simon walks us through his path to becoming a director of photography, we chat about his latest work on the series Ladies in Black, and he shares the approach he has developed for using the in camera textures on offer with the Alexa 35 camera. Lots of great info in thi…
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Netflix's Baby Reindeer is a dark comedic thriller that chronicles the true story of a struggling comedian, Donny (Richard Gadd) as he's stalked by a seemingly harmless woman named Martha (Jessica Gunning). As her pursuit of him escalates and becomes progressively unhinged, the audience learns more about why Donny may be so passive about stopping h…
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We have got too may breakdowns and not enough weeks in the year to get through them all. This week on the podcast we get a chance to see what it looks like when you put one LED in what is basically a small ladder with a bucket at the top of it and try and shoot a wide night exterior set up. Night exteriors are always tricky and they require the mos…
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Jonathan Freeman, ASC faced a unique challenge on Netflix's sci-fi series 3 Body Problem. The books, written by Cixin Liu, are extremely intellectually dense novels. Translating them into visually compelling television seemed like a daunting task. Show creators DB Weiss and David Benioff had worked with Jonathan previously on Game of Thrones, and t…
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The acclaimed crime drama Tokyo Vice on Max follows American journalist, Jake Adelstein (Ansel Elgort.) As a reporter for a large Japanese newspaper in the 1990's, he dives into the dangerous world of the Yakuza, the Japanese organized crime syndicate. The series is based on the book and real life experiences of Jake Adelstein, who named his memoir…
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I had originally intended this to be a Q+A Episode but like always it devolved into a rant about finding employment in this business, how to lower your chances (or raise them) of getting fired on set, and a whole slew of other topics. I will eventually get to the Q+A stuff but it certainly didn't happen this episode. Be sure to check out the info b…
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This week on the podcast we are breaking down a commercial that had quite a bit of car interior/exterior dialogue which meant we could highlight what a huge benefit it is to have a location you can move when shooting day exteriors. We basically followed the sun with the angle of the car which meant with a little bit of planning we could be backlit …
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The FX miniseries Shōgun takes viewers on a journey filled with action and adventure through historically accurate 1600's Edo-era Japan. Englishman John Blackthorne arrives on a Dutch trading ship after a rough voyage, interested in beginning trade with the Japanese. The country is governed by five regents locked in a power struggle, and the ruler …
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Cinematographer Brendan Uegama is back on the show this week for his 3rd appearance and he is walking us through his work on Them: The Scare. It has been awesome following along with Brendan over the last few years to see his work evolve and progress. He discusses his latest thoughts on the job and shares where he is devoting his time and energy on…
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As a pioneer in digital visual effects, Scott Ross was instrumental in the advancement of VFX in Hollywood. He led groundbreaking work at Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) and co-founded Digital Domain with James Cameron and Stan Winston. Scott looks back on his career, discusses systemic problems within the VFX industry, and possible ways to fix th…
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This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Martim Vian about his latest film Lazareth. Martim shares a number of unique insights from his time on the film and highlights his process for bringing a script to life through the visual language of a project. Be sure to check out the trailer below and give Martim a follow over on Instagra…
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Netflix's gripping new series, Griselda, takes viewers deep into the world of Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco. But behind the drugs and violence is a masterfully crafted world, built by cinematographer Armando Salas, ASC. Armando, known for his work on Ozark, brings a unique perspective to Griselda. His approach to color throughout the series t…
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Cinematographer Larkin Donley is our guest on the show this week and he is on to talk about a unique project shot for PBS titled The Express Way with Dule Hill. This elevated documentary presented a number of unique opportunities as well as some interesting challenges and Lark talks us through his process for crafting the final images. It is certai…
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HBO's True Detective: Night Country has captivated audiences with its chilling atmosphere and compelling narrative. Cinematographer Florian Hoffmeister, BSC worked with director Issa López to craft the haunting visuals for the supernatural whodunit. “The detective procedural is part of the brand and it's part of the show, but it should not affect t…
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Breakdown Episode! Today we are looking at job that has all the hallmarks of a challenging operation. Tiny location, no room to light, tough style to emulate, and not a lot of time to do it. Then again, these jobs are always the most fun. Enjoy! Course: Mastering Exposure In the course I detail how I learned exposure and I share how I would get up …
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The critically acclaimed horror movie Late Night With the Devil blends found-footage, mockumentary and 1970s late-night television into a movie with genuine scares. Cinematographer Matthew Temple, ACS used shaky camerawork, close-ups, and multiple video sources to add to the feeling of watching “behind the scenes” documentary found footage. Though …
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Hundreds of Beavers is a callback to slapstick comedies like classic WB Looney Tunes cartoons. It's full of live-action wacky pratfalls, ridiculous situations, and a healthy dose of beaver-related mayhem. Shot on a micro-budget of $150,000, Hundreds of Beavers was made with passion, creativity, and a whole lot of beaver costumes.Director Mike Chesl…
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